Month: June 2017

Appointment Of Tribunal Members Rules 2017 – A Veiled Coup By The Executive Over The Judiciary? A Long Legal Battle Ahead!

Dr. K. Shivaram, Senior Advocate, has sent the grim warning that new terms of appointment and removal of the Tribunal Members does not auger well for the independence of the institution. He says that as the Government is the biggest litigant, its role in appointing and removing Members will play havoc with the free working of the judicial mind. Members may be wary of taking bold decisions against the Government for fear that there will be retaliatory punishment in the form of dismissal from office or non-renewal of the tenure

Posted in judiciary, legislation

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